EXHIBITED WORKS

AHMET RÜSTEM EKİCİ

The Fertile Crescent

The shared history of a shared geography brought us together in Digigether Project.

The video installation called ‘The Fertile Crescent’ questions what shared civilizations offered and still offer to us on the territories with ever-changing borders, and focuses on the conflicts between matriarchal and patriarchal periods, and on cultural heritage of the territory. The cycle depicts the material evolution of the goddess figure, and investigates the meaning of power today.

Ahmet Rüstem Ekici - The Fertile Crescent (Detail from Original Video)

UĞUR KOLEGE & RAND RAMADAN

The Difference

Social diversity is not easy to achieve, however, after decades of researches, social scientists, psychologists, economists, sociologists and population experts demonstrated that heterogeneous groups in terms of race, sex, and gender are more skillful and creative than homogenous ones. Variety is not limited to the information shared by individuals form various social pasts.

The interactions among various members of heterogeneous groups may enrich their participation in developing any others’ ideas, and promote them to contribute.

Uğur Kolege & Rand Ramadan - The Difference

HAMZA KIRBAŞ & BODOUR XENA

''We search for the culture beyond the life of the society, as we seek for the soul beyond the life of any human being. This project focuses on the transformation of culture by the means of mass communication, and questions the making of technological culture.

It presents the instance when a cultural image encounters technology.''

Hamza Kırbaş & Bodour Xena (Detail from Original Video)

RAMA SAMKARI & GİZEM DOĞAN

Emphatic

Emphatic is a human-based typology modelled by data- visualization of human motion. The typology we produce

will emphasize the aspect of coexistence in the concept empathy. Technically, data gathered by motion capture and Cinema 4D technologies translate a dance routine into an alphabet, which will be accessible on the internet.

Rama Samkari & Gizem Doğan (Detail from Original Video)

HAKAN ÇINAR

Quintessentially, human beings experience their emotions in various contexts in dif-ferent processes. These emotional states convey any individual in its life cycle from the present to the future, as well as from the past to the present. These movements evoke memories, however, in some cases

facts and fictions may well intermingle. We all accumulate our memories, and our emotions.

Hakan Çınar (3D Printed Sculpture)

ABDULRAZZAK ALSALHANI

The New Old

As a painter and illustrator, I have always been suspicious about t nd new techniques in harmony.

This video includes a collage of classical illustrations and 3D techniques, and emphasizes the coexistence of different methods.

Abdulrazzak Alsalhani - The New Old (Detail from Original Video)

IMAD HABBAB

Insufficient Excess

The idea of singularity comes with an immediate question on the responsibility of our pre-sent role, in the past, in the present and in the future. Is human individual a sufficient be-ing, or is it an excess?

Imad Habbab - Insufficient Excess 

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